Divorce

16 Jun 19
Christian Publishing House Blog

Shibah is a well that the servants of Isaac dug, or dug again, at Beersheba. That same day the well-produced water and Isaac called its name Shibah, which means “Oath or Seven” and refers to an oath or statement confirmed by seven. (Gen 26:31-33) It seems that Isaac used the name “Shibah” (Shebah), to preserve […]

16 Jun 19
PEOPLE.com

“Watching you be such a hands on and loving father was one of the many reasons I fell in love with you, and continue to each day,” Katherine Schwarzenegger wrote just days after the couple tied the knot

16 Jun 19
Finding my Voice

Every day, more news comes out about abuse in the Catholic church all the way from cardinals to parish priests.  We hear about the ‘nones’ who don’t believe in any kind of religion, or being part of a parish community. Supposedly, Catholics are leaving the Church in droves, disgusted with the lack of the hierarchy’s […]

16 Jun 19
Jane Drew Starts Over

I woke up and it took me a few minutes to realize what day today is. Trust me when I say, I get no joy in the fact that my children are not talking to their father. Everything is sad about this day. Later today, I am taking my girls to the memorial service for […]

16 Jun 19
Lansdowne-Aldan High School -- Class of 1954

(Mike Royko, 1932-1997, was a syndicated columnist for the Chicago Tribune whose column was reprinted in our local newspaper. I found this yellow clipping saved from many years ago in my attic. Here it is in its entirety, as closely as I can retype it.) “Leering or staring, it’s all in the eye of the […]

16 Jun 19
whatamberthinks

I don’t know anymore… I don’t think I am strong enough… I think I’ve died just a little and now I have to breathe the little strength I have left into whatever comes next… But I cant. I just can’t seem to make myself do what needs to be done now. I don’t want to […]

16 Jun 19
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16 Jun 19
L.A. TACO

[dropcap size=big]A[/dropcap]rthur Davis spends his days and nights in a camper van he’s converted into a tiny home, with a bed, a make-shift counter and a butane burner to cook. He lives across from the pupusa and elote vendors near Echo Park Lake, comfortable — relatively speaking — but technically unhoused. “I was born in […]

16 Jun 19
Make America Egg Again

After what seems like an eternity of preparation, the big day arrives. ~2000 dollars and a year and a half of work, stress and tears. The hardest period of my life that has had me more confused, worried and scared than I thought possible. I have questioned my sanity and virtually everything I believed about […]

16 Jun 19
Ms. Crane's Blog

Since announcing our pregnancy there have been a lot of requests for “Bumpies.” For those of you who don’t know, those are progress photos of the baby bump. While I support a woman’s right to do this, I request that you support my right not to post them. Allow me to explain my reasoning for […]

16 Jun 19
wavemarket86's blogs

Viewpoint Mortgage Inc is a full-service mortgage firm established in 1986. These include the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA), Truth in Lending Act (TILA & Regulation Z), Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), and the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA) to name a few.With the […]

16 Jun 19
WPRI.com
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) — A bill aimed at protecting pets from abusers is working its way through the Rhode Island State House. Rep. William O’Brien’s legislation would expand Family Court jurisdiction to enter protective orders to provide for the safety and welfare of household pets in domestic abuse situations. “Now they can immediately put it in the protective order that the pet goes with the victim,” Rep. O’Brien said. Under current law, after a restraining order is filed a family court judge can only rule on the custody of a shared pet once the divorce is finalized. In abusive situations this means the animal could be left in a dangerous home for months. “I have my rescue dog Frankie, and he’s part of my family and I can’t imagine leaving him in a situation like that,” O’Brien said. The bill has already passed in the Senate, and sister legislation was approved by the House last week. O’Brien expects the bill to be signed into law by Governor Gina Raimondo within the next two weeks.